As a multirotor pilot I have have really had no qualms about this, right up until now. Now there is no way in hell I am going to sign up for this. I'll instead toss another 50 dollars to the AMA and hopefully THEY can inject some sanity into this mess.
It can be a fairly expensive hobby, I'm not surprised if doctors are lobbying...
AMA = academy of model aeronautics
>> run-of-the-mill evil company run by rotten people
I didn't realize Symantec or Trend micros were a good companies run by nice people. Maybe McAfee could be a character witness for them.
>> how could you possibly trust them to protect you?
If a "security" company doesn't have the technical expertise to figure out the difference between real and fake viruses (as it seems a number of these companies couldn't), I'm not sure how much protection they're offering anyway. I guess I'd rather watch the egress traffic from the software of the the technically-savvy company than sleep knowing I got my AV software from the brightly-colored company who bought me a steak dinner at the conference.
There is no McAfee any longer. It is now Intel Security.
I actually find Bitdefender Free to be a better alternative to Micrososft's free package. It's about as light weight and finds stuff MS's misses. And it's free.
the esp8266 will blow your freakin' tits apart.
I love these little modules. I have some 01s, 03's, and 11's and they are a blast to play with hooked up to my teensy 3.1's
A real blast until you forget the 3.3v issue and they really smell bad @ 5v.
The real question is if it installs the McAfee, and if it doesn't anybody can point me out where can I get infected?
There is no McAfee anymore. Intel bought them a while back and now they are re-branded Intel Security.
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